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Pullup for pins 2 and 3 -- practical consequences?

A "strong pull" is a term used to describe a relatively low-resistance pull-up resistor. Conversely, a "weak pull" is a relatively high-resistance pull-up. There is a good general ...
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How to control Midea HVAC (not standard) using Raspberry Pi

Welcome. I do not have a clue to what you have but start with a multimeter and place it across the contacts of the thermostat and measure the voltage when it is on and when it is off, this will tell ...
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Can I control 5050 RGB Strips with the Raspberry pi?

It looks good except a lot depends on which IFRZ44s you get. Its turn on voltage is from 2 to 4 volts. On a good day your pie has 3.3 volts so if they work expect them to get hot. Since you have not ...
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How to programically detect if display is plugged in to GPIO

After reading more about GPIO and how specific pins can be set to "input" via Python GPIO module, I went back to the specifications of the ePaper display provided by the vendor, and looked ...
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How to programically detect if display is plugged in to GPIO

TL;DR : You've accumulated several negative comments to your question, and I mostly agree with them. But giving you the benefit of the doubt, I'll offer this as an answer: This could be a ...
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